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Well, then, how is our district off for timber for ship-building?

There is no fir to speak of, nor pine, and but little cypress; nor could one find much larch or plane, which shipwrights are always obliged to use for the interior fittings of ships.

Those, two, are natural features which would not be bad for the country.

Why so?

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